The flowers along the driveway are really pretty today! We have had a rainy spring!
Knockout style roses and "Stella Dora" day lilies are neighbors to petunias and yarrow.
This thyme has been here many years and is doing well, I would never have imagined that it would develope a woody, branching interior!
A bush full of pink roses is just past peak bloom!
As I walk across the yard, I notice dramatic clouds moving across the sky.....
It seems I have little sunlight remaining next photo, of some pink lilies...the background has become so dark along with the sky!
In the backyard, I photograph my yellow snapdragons and pink strawberry plants. I think some other creatures are eating any strawberries that are developing.....
Just now, friend comes by, after a trip to northeast Arkansas, bringing us a quart of berries grown there!
Delightful! More flavorful than the big California and Florida berries, these are a real treat!
Here they are, with a quilt for which I am choosing a binding fabric, the strawberry pink fabric, on the chair arm, is my likely choice.
This is a "chunky", "scrappy" quilt with 5 inch pink red aqua and green squares set among Cath Kidson and Laura Ashley fabric scraps. It is quilted with big stitches using perle cotton in a deep pink shade!
Now to make some shortcake to go with the vanilla ice cream and beautiful strawberries!